Promoting Trails &
Greenways in Indiana

Greenways Foundation Strategic Plan 2013Greenways Foundation Strategic Plan 2013 (PDF, 753 KB)

Greenways Foundation Membership BrochureGreenways Foundation Membership Brochure (PDF, 1.1 MB)

Greenways Foundation Volunteer ApplicationGreenways Foundation Volunteer Application (PDF, 205 KB)


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Grant helps to fund progress

Bicycles on a train

In 2014, the Greenways Foundation provided matching funds for the Bikes on the South Shore project. There is great news to share. New cars arrive in the next several years, but also a pilot program will retrofit some current cars by April 2016. This is great progress, funded in part by the Greenways Foundation.

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Outstanding Trail Group

The Greenways Foundation named Leadership Fort Wayne its Outstanding Trail Group during our 2015 luncheon.

LFW is a leadership development program for adult citizens who have made a personal commitment to community service. Members form leadership teams that tackle a project to make an impact on quality of life in Fort Wayne. A recent team set out to create a rest node on the Rivergreenway by raising funds and in-kind donations. Recently dedicated, the node has water fountains, seating and a “Sculpture with Purpose” that doubles as a bike rack. The sculpture, titled “Flow,” represents the flow of the trails and the rivers.

rest node on trail

Above: The rest node is officially opened. Inset: Sculptor Alec Johnson poses with his creation.

Outstanding Trail Project

The Greenways Foundation named the Pigeon Creek Canoe/Kayak Launch its Outstanding Trail Project during our 2015 luncheon.

Pigeon Creek meanders for miles through Evansville’s northeast side and downtown area to its juncture with the Ohio River. Years ago, the city built one canoe/kayak launch on the creek but lack of a second launch prevented most people from enjoying the waterway for recreation. The Rotary Club of Evansville decided in late 2011 to solve that dilemma. During the next two years, the Rotary raised funds for land acquisition, design and construction of a canoe/kayak launch that opened in early 2014. Today, paddlers of all ages are enjoying Evansville’s “blue trail.”

canoe launch and paddlers

Rotary Club members staged an on-water ribbon cutting to open their new canoe/kayak launch.